We've all danced around our kitchens singing into a wooden spoon to Kylie's songs.
And now the Australian popstar has confessed to Yahoo! omg! that she's done a bit of bopping to her own tracks in her time.
Speaking to us ahead of the launch of her new album ahead of the launch of her new album 'The Abbey Road Sessions', the pint-sized singer said: "Dance around the kitchen to my own songs?
"I could try to be really cool and say never but I'd say there's been a high-kick once in a while maybe to a song. Could have happened."
AMAZING MENTAL IMAGE.
One song in particular that we've had a shuffle or two to is 'Better The Devil You Know' and so we asked Kyles what made that track of hers so special.
She told us it was a huge fork in the road for her career: "Better the Devil You Know was absolutely a turning point musically and visually.
"Back then in 1990 it didn't even cross my mind to do different interpretations of songs. I was just getting songs out and trying to get them right.
"Just doing what I needed to do. Keeping up with everything because the early years were really busy. Somehow that hasn't changed too much.
"Better The Devil was a big turning point and it's a great illustration of how songs are so different on this album."
But the 44-year-old, who is celebrating her 25th year in the music industry with K25, said she still doesn't know why it's such an iconic song for her.
Kylie said: "I don't know why Better The Devil is like this anthem. I don't know. I'm glad it is.
I love the song but I really have never been able to extract what it is from that song - whether it's just the song or the time that it came out or the different look. I don't know."
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